A Wicked winter ahead at the Martha’s Vineyard Playhouse

A bit of laughter and feel-good entertainment was much appreciated last Saturday night by an audience just absorbing the shock of Friday's news from...

Another Vineyard play opens in New York

A new musical that was originally developed at Edgartown’s Vineyard Arts Project (VAP) opened recently at an Off-Broadway theater in New York City. “Invisible Thread”...

Southern Gothic and Shakespearean drag at ITW’s One-Act Festival

Two elderly Southern sisters have spent the lion’s share of their adult lives in a trailer together. What happens when, on a mad, senility-tinged...

Catch ‘Act One’ on PBS

If you missed James Lapine's play “Act One” during its run at New York City's Lincoln Center last year, or when it was staged...

‘Cornucopia’ is Wicked Good

This Friday, Nov. 13, and Saturday, Nov. 14, at 7:30 pm, the Martha's Vineyard Playhouse will present “Cornucopia” as part of its Wicked Good...

Shakespeare for the Masses turns Tragedy to Comedy

The Martha’s Vineyard Playhouse presented a rendition of Shakespeare's "Julius Caesar" last weekend as part of their "Shakespeare for the Masses" series, which condenses...

‘Visitors’ knocks at the door of the Vineyard Playhouse

What happens when a person bids farewell to her mind, and her loved ones take leave of her as they’ve known her? In prizewinning...

Two one-act plays come to ArtSpace Studios

A new performance venue has been added to the Vineyard arts scene. ArtSpace Studios on State Road in West Tisbury has been hosting poetry...

‘Flying Over Sunset’ lifts off at the Vineyard Arts Project

Answer: They all took the new, experimental, not-yet-illegal drug LSD to help them with problems of a psychiatric nature. For movie star Cary Grant (1904–86),...

Between heaven and earthly delights

Celibacy. What good is it? Clearly it has spiritual benefits, as a means to channel the seeker’s passion into connection with the divine (Freud...